The Fuzzy Bench - Security Now 757

Hack the DoD, Telecommute for free
This Week's Stories:

--  Microsoft, Google, LogMeIn & Cisco offer limited-time free use of telecommuting Tools
--  Hack the Pentagon!
--  The Android security dilemma
--  AMD processors get some unwelcome but necessary side-channel attack scrutiny
--  Intel also has some serious new trouble on its hands
--  SETI@home shuts down its distributed computing project after 21 years
--  Critical PPP daemon flaw opens most Linux systems to remote hackers
--  FuzzBench: fuzzer benchmarking as a service

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